Monthly Archives: March 2018

Pullman & Comley’s “Education Law Notes” Named One of The Top 30 Education Law Blogs

BRIDGEPORT, Conn.,: “Education Law Notes,” the Connecticut School Law blog published by Pullman & Comley, has been named one of the “Top 30 Education Law Blogs” in a comprehensive list published by Feedspot, the law firm announced today. Feedspot, a content reader that allows readers to view all of their favorite blogs and websites in…

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LATEST DEVELOPMENTS FROM THE CONNECTICUT GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON EDUCATION RELATED LEGISLATION (AND A MARCH 8TH PUBLIC HEARING)

On Thursday, March 8, 2018, the General Assembly’s Education Committee will conduct a public hearing on the following proposed bills: S.B. No. 364 AN ACT CONCERNING SPECIAL EDUCATION FUNDING. This bill would lower the special education “excess cost” grant threshold from four and one-half times to two times the average per pupil educational costs of…

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SILENCE MATTERS: SCHOOL SAFETY, SECURITY PLANS AND THE CT FOIA

In the aftermath of another senseless and tragic school shooting, school districts are understandably looking inwards as they contemplate the need to adjust their security measures. I am frequently asked how school districts can consider their options while still complying with the Connecticut Freedom of Information Act [“FOIA”].  Fortunately, the FOIA contains protections for schools…

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